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Dairy farmers need to demand that dairy giant Fonterra invests heavily in brand development if increasing costs are to be offset by high-priced milk products, says a food marketing expert. Global food and drink industry international speaker
A pilot program undertaken in August to encourage pharmacies across the country to sell infant formula should expand to less-developed provinces, said an official in the organization that led the program. Xu Jing, director of the International Brand
A total of 31,000 cans of spoiled Oz Milko, an Australian infant formula product, were burnt on Wednesday in an incineration action launched by the Beijing Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau, because their expiration dates had been tampered.
Probiotics do not reduce the rate of colic in babies, a condition in which newborns cry for prolonged periods without a clear reason, a new study suggests. The findings, which were published April 1 in the journal BMJ , contradict the results of
Synlait Milk lowers full-year forecast on below-target infant formula volumes March 27 (BusinessDesk) Synlait Milk, whose shares are up 81 percent from its initial public offering, lowered its full-year profit forecast, saying regulatory changes in
Synlait Milk Chairman Graeme Milne today announced that Synlait Milk has posted a $12.1 million net profit after tax for the first six months to 31 January 2014, an increase of $5.3 million on the $6.8 million for the same period in 2013. Revenue
In the study, the investigators sampled the gut microbiota in the feces of 300 children at 9, 18, and 36 months of age. The nutritional factor with the greatest impact on the composition of the gut flora was the time of cessation of breast feeding.
The dairy industry in China has experienced rapid growth in recent years. The market was worth $40.6 billion last year, compared with only $20.7 billion in 2008. China dairy market's core product, representing more than 80 percent of total
This is the first time the Chinese Government has audited New Zealand dairy processing facilities. Photo / APN Chinese officials will today complete an eight-day inspection programme of local dairy processing and infant formula production facilities,
Most of the parents included in a new study reported some infant feeding and activity behaviors that are believed to increase a child's risk for obesity later in life. The study found that many of these obesogenic behaviors were highly prevalent